LOOK: Is Korean actor Kim Woo Bin shooting a new movie in the Philippines?

Korean actor Kim Woo Bin was spotted strolling at Greenbelt Mall in Makati City yesterday, June 7.


Korean actor Kim Woo Bin is in the Philippines!

Netizens went abuzz on June 7 when several fans spotted the 26-year-old Korean actor at Greenbelt Mall and strolling around Makati.

Kim Woo Bin is known for his portrayal as Choi Young-Do in the hit drama series The Heirs which was aired on ABS-CBN.

Some of his fans attempted to take a photo with the actor but failed to do so. 

The reasons for Kim Woo Bin's stay in the Philippines are yet to be disclosed. 
However, an article posted by Manila Korea Times said the Korean actor will stay in the country for two months to shoot an upcoming movie titled Master.
Some of the rumored places they will visit for the shooting are Bulacan, Binondo, Cebu, and Intramuros.
Before their arrival in the country, his co-actor Bae Jungnam uploaded a selfie on their way to the Philippines.

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Jungnam also posted several photos in Greenbelt confirming that both of he and Kim Woo Bin are in Manila.

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Master is an action-crime film directed by Cho Ui-Seok and produced by Zip Cinema. Aside from Kim Woo Bin, other cast members of the movie are award winning actor Lee Byung-hun, Kang Dong-Won, Eom Ji-won, Oh Dal-soo, and Jin Kyeong. The film will be distributed by OPUS Pictures and CJ Entertainment in Korea. The release date of the film is yet to be revealed.
The film will revolve around Intellectual Crime Investigation team leader Kim Jae-Myeong (played by Kang Dong-won) and his pursuit of a large fraud case against a company called One Network.
Meanwhile, Kim Woo Bin is cast as General Park Jang-Goon, the brain behind the huge scam led by ONE Network's CEO named Jin (portrayed by Lee Byung-Hun).


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